Daniil Medvedev has won 20 singles titles on the ATP Tour including one grand slam title (2021 US Open), six Masters 1000s, and one Year End Finals. Daniil is 42nd on the list of most ATP titles in the open era behind other active players like Novak Djokovic (96), Rafael Nadal (92), Andy Murray (46), and Alexander Zverev (21).
Novak Djokovic has won 24 grand slam singles titles in his career to date, and he currently holds the record for the most major titles in men’s tennis, two ahead of his great rival Rafael Nadal (22). Djokovic’s first grand slam title came at the 2008 Australian Open, where he defeated Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in four
Nick Kyrgios has won a total of 11 ATP Titles (7 in Singles and 4 in Doubles) including the 2022 Australian Open Men’s Doubles with his partner Thanasi Kokkinakis. Kyrgios’s first singles title was at the 2016 Marseille Open where he beat Marin Cilic in the singles final 6–2, 7–6. Nick’s most recent titles came
Alexander Zverev has won a total of 23 ATP Titles (21 in Singles and 2 in Doubles) including five masters 1000s and two Year End Finals. Zverev’s first title was at the 2016 St. Petersburg Open where he beat Stan Wawrinka in the singles final 6–2, 3–6, 7–5. Zverev’s most recent title was at the Chengdu
Stefanos Tsitsipas has won a total of 11 ATP Titles (ten in singles and one in doubles), with his biggest title to date being the 2019 Year End Finals. His first title was at the 2018 Stockholm Open where he beat Ernests Gulbis in the final in straight sets 6–4, 6–4. Tsitsipas’s most recent title was